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WIP model airplane

by Japa, published

WIP model airplane by Japa Sep 14, 2012
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WIP model airplane by Japa is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Not really ready to be printed yet. Just trying to see if it's possible to print a model plane that is able to fly.

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None really at the moment. If you really want to print it, I won't stop you, but it's not finished yet. And it's only one wing.

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hi.. :) am making airplane bits as well.. :).

Short answer to your question is yes.. :) with the right motor, although its a very fragile (brittle) and extremely heavy plane.. :)

Yeah, regarding weight, a friend of mine who works in a hobby store gave me a ballpark figure of 80g as a good weight for the plane, which so far I'm keeping under, though that means the wings are only a single layer thick. This one is 17g per wing, which is low enough.

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